The Three Faces Of The Moon Poem by Sandra Kavanagh Josefsson

The Three Faces Of The Moon

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Here I am,
the three faces of the Moon.
Clearing the ancestral trauma,
amongst the ruins.

As a young girl,
It haunted me in my dreams.
As a young woman,
I came to understand its power
and its means.

As an older woman,
I delight in its wisdom.
I feel its power,
and its prism.

I have come to love all that
it stands for.
I rejoice in its neverending

The three faces of the Moon,
the maiden, the mother and the wise lady,
Represent the cycle of life,
And all they have fought bravely.

The Moon has been called by
her daughters throughout time,
She holds them in her aura,
She is all that is divine.

Verse: Sandra Kavanagh (c) .20240224.

The Three Faces Of The Moon
Sylvia Frances Chan 17 April 2024

My grandest applause for thee, from me

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Sylvia Frances Chan 17 April 2024

I have become breathless since this poem is so beautifully worded, created and told. I love to read about the moon from this side.

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Sylvia Frances Chan 17 April 2024

I came across this fascinating poem and I fell in love with the composition 5 Stars Full and myriad more I pluck from the Galaxy

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Richard Wlodarski 17 April 2024

The mysterious moon continues to fascinate all sorts of artistes. Enjoyed reading your poem and looking at the graphic.

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Sandra Feldman 13 April 2024

Such an attritive poem, imaginative and lovely. Fascinating Moon, poets cannot help but write you poetry and love thee. Loved the poem, too!

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Thank you, much appreciated.

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